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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCENSED

Yet is incensed against her for preferring her own relations to him.

The incensed conductor of the train, after boxing his ears, evicted him with all his chattels.

She was incensed, wounded, on behalf of the Blessed Virgin herself.

Is incensed against him for his artful dealings with her, and for his selfish love.

The patients were incensed, and almost all of them discarded him.

For if the Landgrave be incensed, then all resistance will be in vain.

Something that he could not explain, but which incensed him, held his hand motionless.

You mean,” he said, incensed, “that you refuse to be married by any law at all?

So incensed at her for this was he, that he ceased to live with her.

Incensed at their ridicule, Oswald longs to chastise them, but moves away.

WORD ORIGIN

"to offer incense, perfume with incense," c.1300, from Old French encenser, from encens (see incense (n.)).

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